2020 | ISBN: 1859468748 | English | 160 pages | PDF | 45 MB
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367486385 | 313 pages | True PDF | 29.88 MB
English | June 21, 2021 | ISBN: 1948765209 | 440 pages | EPUB | 145 MB
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367415208 | 305 pages | True PDF | 76 MB
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1138506885 | 355 pages | True PDF | 81 MB
English | May 22, 2020 | ISBN: 1859469086 | 176 pages | PDF | 55 MB
English | 18 Aug 2005 | ISBN: 0750657197 | 288 pages | PDF | 10 Mb
The sketch is a window into the architects mind. As creative designers, architects are interested in how other architects, particularly successful ones, think through the use of drawings to approach their work. Historically designers have sought inspiration for their own work through an insight into the minds and workings of people they often regard as geniuses. This collection of sketches aims to provide this insight. Here for the first time, a wide range of world famous architects' sketches from the Renaissance to the present day can be seen in a single volume. The sketches have been selected to represent the concepts or philosophies of the key movements in architecture in order to develop an overall picture of the role of the sketch in the development of architecture. The book illustrates the work of designers as diverse as Andrea Palladio, Erich Mendelsohn, Sir Edwin Lutyens, Gianlorenzo Bernini, Le Corbusier, Michelangelo, Alvar Aalto, Sir John Soane, Francesco Borromini, Walter Gropius, and contemporary architects Tadao Ando, Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry to name but a few. Each chronologically placed sketch is accompanied by text providing details about the architect’s life, a look at the sketch in context, and the connection to specific buildings where appropriate. Style, media and meaning are also discussed, developing an explanation of the architect’s thinking and intentions. <BR id="CRLF"><BR id="CRLF">As creative designers themselves, architects are interested in how other architects, particularly successful ones, think and draw and approach their work. Historically designers have sought inspiration for their own work through an insight into the minds and workings of people they often regard as geniuses. This collection of sketches aims to provide this insight.<BR id="CRLF"><BR id="CRLF">Listed chronologically each sketch will be accompanied by a text which provides: A short synopsis/history of the architect's life; a look at the sketch in this context; the connection to a specific building (where appropriate); techniques of the sketch: style and media; meaning - what the sketch shows about the architect's thinking and intentions followed by a select bibliography for each section.
English | January 8, 2008 | ISBN: 2940373620 | 184 pages | PDF | 27 Mb
The first book in an exciting new series that spotlights the basics of architecture and design, Basics Architecture: Representational and Drawing Techniques is an easy-to-understand overview of the techniques used to represent architecture. From conceptual sketches to the working drawings required for construction, this book covers all the basics. Two- and three-dimensional methods, freehand sketching, cutting-edge computer modeling, and more are presented in examples from top professionals as well as students. Readers will learn how to present and plan layouts, make conceptual sketches, work with scale, use collage and photomontage to create contemporary images, and prepare and plan portfolios.
Fundamentals of Software Architecture: An Engineering Approach by Mark Richards
English | 2020 | ISBN: 1492043451 | 422 Pages | EPUB | 52 MB
English | 2019 | ISBN: 1138554375, 1138554383 | 240 pages | PDF | 48 MB
Structure for Architects: A Case Study in Steel, Wood, and Reinforced Concrete Design is a sequel to the authors’ first text, Structure for Architects: A Primer, emphasizing the conceptual understanding of structural design in simple language and terms. This book focuses on structural principles applied to the design of typical structural members―a beam, a girder, and a column―in a diagrammatic frame building. Through the application of a single Case Study across three key materials, the book illustrates the theory, principles, and process of structural design. The Case Study progresses step-by-step for each material, from determining tributary areas and loads through a member's selection and design.
ISBN: 1419733338 | 2019 | EPUB | 464 pages | 313 MB
A rich visual history of Architectural Digest, published for the magazine’s 100th anniversary
English | 2009 | ISBN: 2940373914 | 200 pages | PDF | 42,4 MB
The Fundamentals of Landscape Architecture provides an introduction to the key elements of this broad field. From climate change to sustainable communities, landscape architecture is at the forefront of today's most crucial issues.
Build a Home Automation System for $100 Learn Raspberry Pi, ESP8266, Arduino and Node-RED
2018 | ISBN: n/a | English | 402 pages | PDF,EPUB,AZW3,MOBI | 49.5 MB
This is a premium step-by-step course to get you building a real world home automation system using open-source hardware and software.
This second edition is fully revised and updated and includes new chapters on sustainability, history and archaeology, designing through drawing and drawing in architectural practice. The book introduces design and graphic techniques aimed to help designers increase their understanding of buildings and places through drawing. For many, the camera has replaced the sketchbook, but here the author argues that freehand drawing as a means of analyzing and understanding buildings develops visual sensitivity and awareness of design.
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1118879406 | 328 pages | EPUB | 35 MB
Drawing is an important means to analyse information and develop rigorous arguments both conceptually and visually. Going beyond the how-to drawing manual, this book provides an instrumental approach to drawing, especially computer-generated drawings; it outlines how drawings should be used to convey clear and analytical information in the process of design, as well as the communication and discussion of a project. In depth examples are provided how to communicate effectively. The final section demonstrates how to transform case-studies, directly connecting an analytical approach with the design process.
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1780671709 | 208 pages | PDF | 36 MB
Architectural Drawing focuses on the exciting possibilities for representing the built environment using allthe techniquesboth traditional and digitalthat are now available. Packed with practical information thebook illustrates all the key types and media of drawingfrom sketches to working detailsand includes some of the best examples by practicing architects. This book will be an indispensable practical resource in architectural schools.
Nancy Rottle, "Basics Landscape Architecture 02: Ecological Design"
English | ISBN: 2940411441 | 2011 | 184 pages | PDF | 29 MB
by Philip Plowright
English | 2014 | ISBN: 0415639018 | 353 Pages | PDF | 13 MB
The act of architectural design is an application of method. Yet, method in architecture, as in all design fields, is considered to be indescribable, unexplainable, personal and intuitive. However, this is not entirely true. Revealing Architectural Design introduces the reader to architecture from the point of view of thinking processes including definitions of domains and syntax, techniques of creative and analytic thinking, and issues of relevance. Using straightforward language and examples, the book is an advanced primer connecting thinking and decision-making to constant, underlying frameworks that create the architectural design process.
English | February 1, 2019 | ISBN-13: 9780648482215 | 170 pages | PDF | 1.65 Mb
Contrary to commonly held assumptions about the foundations of architecture in classical antiquity, the author contends that the theory of architecture as an art of designing and constructing buildings did not primarily originate from the Ancient Greek and Roman writings. Rather, he portrays the mega-structures quoted in the ancient manuscripts of the Holy Land, while boldly re-identifying the theory of architecture – whose origins formerly believed to be found in the philosophical and mathematical works of Euclid, Pythagoras and Vitruvius, as messianism and theology. This pocketbook is a breakthrough manual that enhances our basic understanding of the early formation of the theory of architecture at the nexus of Hebrew Scriptures.